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Devils Daily: New Jersey is a Winning Destination Again

Free agents choosing New Jersey over other organizations is a sign of the changing times



Devils Daily: NHL Trade Talk & More

We heard from the newest members of the New Jersey Devils on Thursday. They expressed that New Jersey being a winning destination led to their decision to play for the Devils. That kind of culture certainly has former NHL goaltender and Daily Faceoff analyst, Mike McKenna, amped about New Jersey. Plus, the Erik Karlsson saga continues, Oliver Ekman-Larsson is looking for a fresh start in Florida, and Buffalo might have too much talent in the system and could be working the trade phones.

Let’s get to some news.

New Jersey Devils Colin Miller and Tomas Nosek both spoke as the newest members of the Devils yesterday. They both explained they joined New Jersey is because it’s a winning destination.

Daily Faceoff: Former NHL goaltender, Mike McKenna, is amped about the Devils finding their mojo after a couple of dark years in New Jersey.

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Florida Panthers

Florida Hockey Now: Oliver Ekman-Larsson’s buyout was a bit unexpected. However, it landed him in Florida where he’ll have the chance to revive himself. The question is, can he do it?

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Hockey Now: The Erik Karlsson saga continues and on Thursday, it unraveled itself a little further. The Sharks have expressed interest in Marcus Petterson as part of the return.

Philadelphia Flyers

Philly Hockey Now: If Sean Couturier could return to full health, it’d mean a whole lot to the rebuilding Flyers next season.

Buffalo Sabres

Buffalo Hockey Now: The Sabres have one of the best prospect pools in the NHL. They’ve also got a plethora of young talent currently on the roster. With so much depth, we could see Buffalo working the trade phones.

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